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The Samaritans Crisis Line is a Western Australian-based not-for-profit organisation. Services are available to callers both locally and nationally, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Telephone: 13 52 47

Youthline WA: 1800 198 313

Email: support@samaritanscrisisline.org.au

The purpose of depressioNet (or dNet) is to empower people to make informed choices and find solutions to the challenges of living with depression.

Email: hiya@depressioNet.org.au

Lifeline is a national charity providing Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.

Telephone: 13 11 14

Online chat available via the website.

Twitter: @LifelineAust


The Suicide Call Back Service is a 24-hour, nationwide service that provides telephone and online counselling to people 15 years and over who fit one of the following categories:

  • People who are suicidal
  • People caring for someone who is suicidal
  • People bereaved by suicide
  • Health professionals supporting people affected by suicide. 

It is especially suited to people who are geographically or emotionally isolated.

Telephone (24/7): 1300 659 467

Not specifically for mental health issues, MensLine is a national telephone and online support, information and referral service for men with family and relationship concerns.

24/7 Telephone: 1300 78 99 78

Twitter: @MensLine_Aus

Butterfly provides support for Australian men and women who suffer from eating disorders and negative body image issues and their carers.

Support Line (Mon-Fri 8am-9pm): 1800 ED HOPE / 1800 33 4673

Email: support@thebutterflyfoundation.org.au

beyondblue is working to reduce the impact of depression and anxiety in the community by raising awareness and understanding, empowering people to seek help, and supporting recovery, management and resilience.

Telephone (24/7): 1300 22 4636

Dedication to smashing the notion that men shouldn't talk about their mental health. They have a wealth of resources all portrayed in a very 'unique' style by Dr. Brian Ironwood  (who isn't a real doctor) and 'Davo'. It's a great site though for cutting through all the 'BS'.

Living Is For Everyone (LIFE) is a world-class suicide and self-harm prevention resource. This site is designed for people across the community who are involved in suicide and self-harm prevention activities.

SANE Australia is a national charity helping all Australians affected by mental illness.

Helpline: 1800 18 SANE (7263)

Email: helpline@sane.org

Partners In Depression is an education and support group program, run by the Hunter Institute for Mental Health, for people who love, live with or care for someone experiencing depression. It provides people with the information and tools to better support the person their life with depression and themselves.


Twitter: @HInstMH


Soften the F*ck Up is an initiative of Spur Projects. At Spur, they want to make it easier for young men to take positive action than to take their own lives. They believe that to tackle the rate of suicide among men in Australia, bold new approaches to suicide prevention are required.


Twitter: @SpurProjects

ToiletAnxiety.org has been developed to help identify and provide support for individuals experiencing toilet-related anxiety. It is an online service and, at the time of writing (Oct 2015), the website was still under development, so many not fully represent the condition.

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